Cloud-based biological data analysis platform launched- The New Indian Express
NEW DELHI: The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Monday launched its first-ever cloud-based biological knowledge analytics platform for well being and biological sciences to speed up the method of discovery and efficient affected person care.
The platform referred to as ICLR (Indian Clinical and Life Science Research) cloud will help in bridging the hole between the scientists working within the space of life sciences and people engaged in computational knowledge analytics instruments.
The product developed by a start-up of JNU’s School of Biotechnology, Nanofludiks Research Pvt Ltd, underneath the mentorship of professor Rupesh Chaturvedi, at Atal Incubation Centre of JNU Foundation Innovation (AIC-JNUFI) may also expedite analysis work associated to the Covid-19 pandemic and different infectious ailments and can additional speed up vaccine and drug-based analysis within the nation.
Addressing the inaugural occasion, Vice-Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar highlighted the significance of knowledge analytics within the present pandemic period.
“There is an urgent need for indigenous research in the area of vaccine and drug development. This technology should widely be applied in various other areas like environment, traffic management and other areas of social interest.”